Experience the authentic Axarquia in Andalusia

Surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea to the south and by three different mountain ranges to the north overlooking the sea, Axarquia holds the distinction of having the best climate in Europe.

With an average of 320 sunny days per year, there is no coast in Spain sunnier than Axarquia.

This is the best climate in Europe!
The sun, impressive coastline, Mediterranean forest cliffs, small white Andalusian villages and typical fruits will leave a delightful impression on avid travel fans of new and unique destinations.


SIERRAS OF TEJEDA, ALMIJARA AND ALMARA NATURAL PARK was designated a natural park in 1999.

In this large and rugged mountainous region of 40,663ha you can enjoy guided walks or walking on your own.

Mountain biking

Pedal the steep slopes of ancient tracks, travel the open roads or take in the smells of the Mediterranean along the coastal paths.

There is a wide and varied selection of routes available, for all levels, across the countryside, through woodland glades that encompass epic climbs and thrilling descents as well as more gentle slopes in the Sierra Tejedas.

Taking in miles of beautiful natural landscapes that stagger the senses amongst the clear mountain air.

We can provide you with experienced guides.


Andalusia is the home of flamenco, which can be best enjoyed at any of the countless ceremonial celebrations and festivals held in the region.

Perhaps the most unique feature of this fascinating region are the remains of its Moorish past.

The Moors were a mixture of Berbers and Arabs who came to Spain from North Africa, through the Straits of Gibraltar and occupied the peninsula - which they called Al Andalus - for more than seven centuries, the year 710 when they first landed in Tarifa.

Within just four years they had virtually conquered the entire country.

In the southern regions were established Cordoba, Seville and Granada, one of the most sophisticated civilisations of the Middle Ages.

Each of these Andalusian capitals boasts startling monuments of their remains, the most memorable is undoubtedly, Granada Alhambra.


Here in the Axarquia you can still taste traditional dishes, inherited from generation to generation by word of mouth.

You will have the unique opportunity to visit local markets, learn to cook local food and taste unique local wines.

In the Axarquia, you will find the true essence of Andalusia!


Baviera Golf course is located in Caleta de Velez and has 18 holes, par 71, 5609m.

Baviera Golf is designed by José María Cañizares, the prestigious professional golfer.

It is an even course characterised by its wide, undulating greens and the great variety of obstacles which offer a wide range of types and an ideal design for all types of disabilities.

The variety of holes and the unsurpassable views both to the Mediterranean sea and the mountains that you will have an unforgettable day at Baviera Golf.

Please note that in order to play on the golf course, it is necessary to have a handicap certificate.

More information and online booking can be found on their website.



Other activities

Horse Back Riding
Scuba Diving